The family of a woman who was found dead at her home in Horsham have paid tribute to her saying she was 'truly loved'.
Emma Cooper, 53, was found at her home in Brighton Road in Horsham by officers called to her residence at around 12.40am on Monday, June 7.
It was due to concerns for her welfare.
On entering the property, officers found the woman deceased.
Her death is currently being treated as unexplained and an investigation is ongoing.
Three men aged 44, 60 and 26 who were known to Emma, were arrested in connection with her death and have now been released under investigation.
Emma's family said: "Emma was truly loved and may she rest in peace. We will miss her."
Detective Chief Inspector Matt Durkin said:
"Our thoughts remain with Emma's family at this difficult time.
"They are being supported by specially trained officers and we ask that their privacy is respected."